BERLIN, Dec 4 (Reuters) - Germany's car market, Europe's largest, may decline about 3.2 percent next year to 3 million vehicles, the VDA auto makers' association said on Tuesday, as the region's debt crisis saps demand. Production of vehicles in Europe's largest economy may rise 1 percent to over 5.4 million while exports may remain broadly unchanged at 4.15 million units, the VDA said at a press conference in Berlin. (Reporting by Andreas Cremer)
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